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    Isabela
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    Considering that she is blatantly snubbed for Happy-go-lucky, delivered a fiery performance that didn’t get overshadowed by Cate in Blue Jasmine, and should have won last year for TSOW, she IS!

    I love Sally and for me she would already have an Oscar, but she is definitely not overdue in the same way as Julianne, Bening, Adams etc …

     

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    She did not. Madam Sally Hawkins outacted all the other nominees that year without uttering a single word.

    Let’s be real. McDormand outacted her in her sleep.

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    Updated predictions – in order of likelihood of getting nominated, winners in parentheses

    Best Actor – looks competitive but it’s early

    1. Gary Oldman, Mank
    2. Joaquin Phoenix, Untitled Mike Mills Film (Winner – if he doesn’t win this year)
    3. Anthony Hopkins, The Father
    4. Michael Keaton, What is Life Worth
    5. Steve Carell, Irresistible
    • Matt Damon, Stillwater
    • Mark Wahlberg, Good Joe Bell
    • Bill Murray, On the Rocks
    • Steven Yeun, Minari
    • Gabriel Basso, Hillbilly Elegy

    Best Actress

    1. Frances McDormand, Nomadland
    2. Jennifer Lawrence, Untitled Lila Neugebauer Film
    3. Ana de Armas, Blonde
    4. Michelle Pfeiffer, French Exit (Winner)
    5. Mila Kunis, Four Good Days
    • Angelina Jolie, Those Who Wish Me Dead
    • Shailene Woodley, Misanthrope
    • Jessica Chastain, The Eyes of Tammy Faye
    • Kate Winslet, Ammonite
    • Robin Wright, Land

    Best Supporting Actor – hard to predict supporting so early so only doing 5

    1. Chris Cooper, Irresistible
    2. Bryan Tyree Henry, Untitled Lila Neugebauer Film (Winner)
    3. Stanley Tucci, What is Life Worth
    4. Adrien Brody, Blonde
    5. Nicholas Hoult/Aidan Gillen – Those Who Wish Me Dead

    Best Supporting Actress – same with supporting actor

    1. Glenn Close – Hillbilly Elegy/Four Good Days (Winner)
    2. Rose Byrne – Irresistible
    3. Amy Adams, Hillbilly Elegy
    4. Abigail Breslin, Stillwater
    5. Olivia Colman, The Father
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    Sally Hawkins’ performance was a snoozefest. McDormand is the best winner of the decade.

    Lol definitely wouldn’t say best of the decade when Portman and Blanchett are right there, but she’s top 5.

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    Sally Hawkins’ performance was a snoozefest. McDormand is the best winner of the decade.

     

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    Best Supporting Actress – same with supporting actor

    1. Glenn Close – Hillbilly Elegy/Four Good Days (Winner)
    2. Rose Byrne – Irresistible
    3. Amy Adams, Hillbilly Elegy
    4. Abigail Breslin, Stillwater
    5. Olivia Colman, The Father

    Don’t forget either Toni Collette and Cate Blanchett in Nightmare Alley. Can’t wait for Olivia Colman vs. Glenn Close part 2 😂😂😂. Next year supporting actress already gets me so excited!

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    Greg
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    Sally Hawkins’ performance was a snoozefest. McDormand is the best winner of the decade.

    THE DECADE?! Please. She wasn’t even the best of her line up so calm down.

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    I wish there would be a shock and Eternal Beauty surprises and is released in 2019.

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    Sally Hawkins winning an Oscar would be dream come true. Please, God make it happen. (and then Toni Collette for Nightmare Alley)

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    Megan
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    And Hawkins wouldn’t win neither. Nobody thinks she’s overdue except for the gays here. Wake up, pals.

    Let’s be real. LMAO.

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    There’s a 100% chance that anyone who thinks McDormand didn’t deserve her Oscar has never taken an acting class.

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    Don’t forget either Toni Collette and Cate Blanchett in Nightmare Alley. Can’t wait for Olivia Colman vs. Glenn Close part 2 😂😂. Next year supporting actress already gets me so excited!

    I’m assuming Nightmare Alley isn’t coming out next year.

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    Agreed. I’d say McDormand’s my second favorite actress winner this decade.

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    Scorcese’s latest films, period between start of principal photography and premiere date:

    Shutter Island (okay, 18 month):

    Shooting – March 2008, premiere – February 2010 (delayed from October 2009)

     

    Hugo (15 month):

    Shooting – July 2010, premiere – October 2011

     

    The Wolf of Wall Street (16 month):

    Shooting – August 2012, premiere – December 2013 (delayed from November)

     

    Silence (22 month):

    Shooting – February 2015, premiere – December 2016 (repeatedly delayed)

     

    Irishman (24 month):

    Shooting – September 2017, premiere – September 2019

     

    So, given that shooting of Killers of the Flower Moon would start in March 2020, it’s reasonably optimistic to await new Scorcese’s for late summer or fall release slate of 2021.

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